NEW DAIRYPURE® MILK BY PET DAIRY DELIVERS FRESH, QUALITY MILK FROM FARM TO FRIDGE

Fresh White Milk Brand from Your Local Dairy Backed by Exclusive Five-Point Purity Promise


Charlotte, NC – May 21, 2015PET Dairy is joining Dean Foods’ other regional brands under the new national DairyPure banner, giving consumers a new national fresh white milk brand they can trust from coast to coast. And, so consumers know that new DairyPure by PET Dairy starts pure and stays pure from farm to fridge, it is backed by an exclusive Five-Point Purity Promise:


1.     No artificial growth hormones*

2.     All milk is tested for antibiotics

3.     Continually quality tested to ensure purity

4.     Only from cows fed a healthy diet

5.     Cold shipped fresh from your local dairy



New DairyPure milk by PET Dairy will continue to meet the same great taste and quality standards consumers have grown to love, trust and expect from PET Dairy.


“We’re passionate about the purity of our milk, which is why DairyPure by PET Dairy bears our exclusive Five-Point Purity Promise,” said a company representative. “We will continue to deliver the fresh, high-quality milk our consumers have always enjoyed from PET Dairy.”


DairyPure milk provides eight essential nutrients – calcium, protein, vitamins A, D and B12, riboflavin, phosphorus and potassium – and is continually quality tested to ensure consumers enjoy fresh, quality milk from farm to fridge at every occasion.


DairyPure by PET Dairy is available now in dairy cases nationwide in whole, 2% reduced fat, 1% low fat and skim/fat free milks in gallons, half gallons and quarts. DairyPure by PET Dairy branded half and half and creams will also be available in stores soon.


For recipes, local retailers, the full line of products and to learn more about DairyPure’s exclusive Five-Point Purity Promise, visit www.DairyPure.com, and find DairyPure on Facebook and Pinterest.


NOTE: Hi-res product images and exclusive recipes available upon request.


*No significant difference has been shown between milk derived from cows treated with the artificial growth hormone rbST and non-rbST-treated cows.



For more information, contact:            

Name                                                            Dustin Cox                            

Email                                                           

Phone                                                             214.721.7766